Alaska December 23, 2017
In This Small Alaskan Town It’s Christmas Every Day
North Pole, Alaska is widely associated with Christmas, and the home of Santa Claus. His house, and a giant sculpture of his Santa-ness himself, bring Christmas cheer every day. But it doesn’t end there, as the rest of the town has embraced the Christmas vibe and made North Pole a year-round holiday wonderland. Head to North Pole where it’s Christmas every day!
North Pole is a small town of 2000 people in the interior of Alaska. They have embraced the Christmas spirit and made North Pole a place where it is Christmas year-round.
Everything in North Pole is adorned with candy canes, red and green, Christmas decorations, and holiday names.
Including the post office...
Even the light poles are decorated like candy canes!
Sculptures of Santa are everywhere in this Christmas town!
The Senior Center is Chrsitmas themed as well!
Head to the Santa Claus House to visit the big guy, his elves, and a wonderland of toys and Christmas joy.
With a wide variety of ornaments, toys, and Alaskan mementos are available from Santa's House for all your Christmas desires.
There are reindeer in the yard, of course, for Santa's flying adventures.
Local businesses embrace the Christmas theme and decorate accordingly. The Screaming Weasel is a cheerful shop featuring only locally created and handmade items with a holiday flair.
The streets are named with a Christmas theme as well including Dancer Lane, Snowman Lane, Kris Kringle, Mistletoe, Blitzen, Donner, and Saint Nicholas Drives!
Visit North Pole, Alaska where it's Christmas every day.
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